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Corbi Air Inc.

Corbi Air represents the Made-for-Americans Direct Fly Alto 100. Created in the Czech Republic, Alto 100 was upgraded for USA sales and the result is a comfortable, handsome low wing, all-metal LSA with features you want.

Corbi Air is a 50-year old American aviation enterprise operated today by sons Ron and Dennis Corbi. The brothers inherited their father Mario's love of aviation and have continued his reputation for honest dealing. The Corbi brothers also brought in experienced LSA talent with Dan Coffee. With a long history in general aviation from single engine aircraft to business jets, Corbi Air's entry to Light-Sport Aircraft introduced the Direct Fly Alto 100.

"The Corbi Alto is the perfect primary training aircraft," said the Ohio company, located at the Salem Air Park (38D). "Alto 100 is rugged and dependable, fuel efficient, easy to fly and maintain." The manufacturer, Direct Fly, founded in 2006, calls the LSA design a tough, all-metal airframe with high-quality systems from some of the world's most innovative aerospace companies. They feel the resulting aircraft is the clear choice for flight schools needing to update old-technology, gas-guzzling fleets with new state-of-the-art training aircraft. "Alto will stay in the landing pattern earning money when most other aircraft are in the shop," said Ron. "Because it combines a rugged, low-maintenance design with great gas mileage, the Alto is an investment that will pay dividends for the aircraft owner as well as the school."

While flight schools might find those words reassuring to the operation of a business, recreational aircraft users and those who enjoy cross country will also appreciate Alto 100. It offers a clean, comfortable interior with a forward-sliding canopy that joins great ventilation with wonderful visibility. This canopy assembly can be quickly removed without special tools offering access to the back of the instrument panel. Powered by the 100-hp Rotax, Alto cruises at 115 mph for 500 miles on a 24 gallon fuel supply.

Corbi Air has further distinguished itself by offering the first air conditioning system for Light-Sport Aircraft. A clever arrangement using small, lighter-weight components and independent electrical power from a different alternator, Alto 100 brings comfort in hot climates without drawing unnecessary power. To see and hear more on the Corbi LSA Air Conditioning System, check our video.

Corbi Air Inc.

Web Site: www.corbiair.com/
eMail: ron@corbiair.com
Address: 11800 Salem Warren Rd.
City: Salem, OH 44460 USA
Phone: (877) 267-2424
(330) 337-1180
Fax: (330) 337-1179

  FlyCool Air Conditioning -- in DirectFly Alto 100 (Corbi)
The Direct Fly Alto 100 sold by Corbi Air has something different and very cool installed. In this case, "very cool" means literally air conditioning, the first ever system for a Light-Sport Aircraft. Additional video reviews describe the FlyCool system in other Light-Sport Aircraft. Here we examine the Alto 100 from Corbi Aviation. The airplane is a cool design; now it's cool inside even on hot days.
  DirectFly (Corbi Air) -- Alto 100 (2011)
A new entry in the Light-Sport Aircraft space making its American public debut at the Sebring LSA Expo in 2011 is the DirectFly Alto 100 represented in the USA by Corbi Air. This all-metal low wing with the forward sliding canopy has been tailored specifically to the U.S. market, fitted with many American components to make maintenance easier, faster, and less costly.

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  FlyCool Air Conditioning -- in DirectFly Alto 100 (Corbi)
The Direct Fly Alto 100 sold by Corbi Air has something different and very cool installed. In this case, "very cool" means literally air conditioning, the first ever system for a Light-Sport Aircraft. Additional video reviews describe the FlyCool system in other Light-Sport Aircraft. Here we examine the Alto 100 from Corbi Aviation. The airplane is a cool design; now it's cool inside even on hot days.
  DirectFly (Corbi Air) -- Alto 100 (2011)
A new entry in the Light-Sport Aircraft space making its American public debut at the Sebring LSA Expo in 2011 is the DirectFly Alto 100 represented in the USA by Corbi Air. This all-metal low wing with the forward sliding canopy has been tailored specifically to the U.S. market, fitted with many American components to make maintenance easier, faster, and less costly.
  SPLOG Flying the Airplanes of Sebring 2012 (Part 1), 01/30/2012
 
SPLOG begins: While Sebring 2012 crowds were the best ever and plentiful aircraft made for good shopping resulting in a flurry of sales, one of the best aspects of Sebring 2012 was ideal weather. Numerous pilots experienced some of their final choices before handing
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  SPLOG Corbi Alto is #112 SLSA!, 12/15/2010
 
SPLOG begins: In my post after last spring's EAA Sun 'n Fun convention in Lakeland, FL, I told you a bit about the Corbi Alto 100 , a new, purpose-built SLSA (see List) that entrepreneurs Ron Corbi , a longtime figure in aviation, and Dan Coffey said should be done
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  SPLOG Sebring Wrap Up...and Beyond, 01/28/2011
 
SPLOG begins: I'd call this Day 4 but rush-deadline work for the mag intervened after the last day at Sebring so just getting to it now. *** The Sebring experience gets better every year, I believe precisely because Bob Woods keeps it consistently valuable without
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